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The East-West Corridor is the peri-urban area of development in north Trinidad stretching from the capital, Port-of-Spain, east to Arima. The term was coined by Lloyd Best . The Corridor includes such towns as Barataria, San Juan, St. Joseph, Curepe and Tunapuna. For the most part it runs along the Eastern Main Road , between the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway and the foothills of the Northern Range. It is a densely populated and fairly congested strip of development along some of the best agricultural soils in the country.
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